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Enrolls Sayings By Betsy Lerner: There is a necessary gestation period during which a writer should protect his work, because There is a necessary gestation period during which a writer should protect his work, because the minute he sends it out, or joins a writing group, or enrolls in an MFA program, he engages the part of himself that is focused on the result more than the work. For — Betsy Lerner
Enrolls Sayings By Peter Singer: There is a new wave of interest in exploring how to frame choices so that There is a new wave of interest in exploring how to frame choices so that people make better decisions. Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, professors of economics and law, respectively, teamed up to write Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, which advocates using defaults to nudge us to make better choices.9 Even when we are choosing in our own interests, we often choose unwisely. When employees have the option of participating in a retirement-savings scheme, many do not, despite the financial advantages of doing so. If their employer instead automatically enrolls them, giving them the choice of opting out, participation jumps dramatically — Peter Singer
Enrolls Sayings By Bear Bryant: The biggest mistake coaches make is taking borderline cases and trying to save them. I'm The biggest mistake coaches make is taking borderline cases and trying to save them. I'm not talking about grades now, I'm talking about character. I want to know before a boy enrolls about his home life, and what his parents want him to be. — Bear Bryant
Enrolls Sayings By Adrian Rogers: God does not flunk any of His children. He just re-enrolls them. God does not flunk any of His children. He just re-enrolls them. — Adrian Rogers
Enrolls Sayings By Maria Montessori: The selfsame procedure which zoology, a branch of the natural sciences, applies to the study The selfsame procedure which zoology, a branch of the natural sciences, applies to the study of animals, anthropology must apply to the study of man; and by doing so, it enrolls itself as a science in the field of nature. — Maria Montessori